What’s On 2020

Ahoy crew mates! It’s Captain Calico Jack here, and whilst Pirate’s Quest is closed for the winter period it’s time for us to reveal our Special Event line-up for 2020.

This year marks the 400th anniversary of the historic journey of the Mayflower. Our new storyline for 2020 will be celebrating the famous voyage with ‘Pirates of the New World’.

Read on to discover other reasons you should book a visit to Pirate’s Quest this year…

Special Previews

During February Half Term (Saturday 15th – Sunday 23rd February) be the first to embark on the brand-new adventure for 2020 which will take inspiration from the Mayflower voyage commemorating its 400th anniversary year.

Legend of the Golden Eggs

Join the live pirate crew during the Easter Holidays, as they embark on a mission to locate legendary Golden Eggs as part of a special Easter Treasure Trail. Book your tickets for dates between Saturday 28th March – Sunday 19th April today!

Caribbean Invasion

Meet some of the Caribbean’s most famous historical buccaneers as they invade Pirate’s Quest during Bank Holiday weekend (Friday 8th – Sunday 10th May).

Beastly Buccaneers

May Half Term (Saturday 23rd – Sunday 31st May) will give visitors the chance to discover some disgustingly fun facts about real life beastly buccaneers and putrid privateers – from lousy living conditions to gruesome grub!

Summer of Soundrels and Scallywags

Pirate’s Quest will be open daily throughout the summer (Saturday 18th July – Monday 31st August) with more infamous crewmates on board than any other time of year.

Curses and Crossbones

There’ll be spooky fun for all the family throughout October Half Term (Saturday 24th – Saturday 31st October) as Pirate’s Quest falls victim to a sea witch’s curse and undergoes a Halloween makeover.

Be sure to book online for all of our events so you don’t miss out – we’re a popular bunch and tickets often sell fast!

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See you on the high seas,

Captain Jack